Not surprisingly, due to being placed on the entity list, Huawei, a China High-Tech giant, is not able to cooperate with Google service. Google was forced to close the "door" - Android operating system to Huawei.
Since last year, Huawei launched two flagships —— the mate 30 and P40, which without licensed Google apps but with its own app store called AppGallery.
As we know, numerous apps and services are in Google play. Now it looks like Huawei is looking for an alternative, which they are inviting Google to license its apps into Huawei's AppGallery.
Here's what Huawei's rotating chairman Eric Xu said (translated from Chinese): We hope Google services can be available through our AppGallery, just like how Google services are available through Apple's app store.
In the very situation of globalization, Xu’s statement also seems to be a slight change in Huawei’s tone, where previously it sounded like the company wasn’t so eager to get back in business with Google. It was also previously reported that Huawei has been looking to create alternatives to Google’s services, and that they are also working with other Chinese OEMs such as Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo to create their own version of the Google Play Store.
Huawei will overcome this challenge and get through it.